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Tumours of the eye and orbit in Ibadan.
Four hundred and forty ocular and orbital tumours seen in Ibadan over 11-year-period (1980-1990) are reviewed. Three quarters of the 252 patients who had enucleation had malignant neoplasms, of which… Expand
Carcinoma of the oesophagus in Ibadan.
This was a retrospective analysis of 177 histologically confirmed cases of oesophageal carcinoma seen in the University College Hospital, Ibadan, Nigeria over a period of 30 years. Oesophageal… Expand
Childhood infections in Nigeria: an autopsy study.
- E. Akang, C. Ekweozor, H. Pindiga, T. N. Onyemenem
- The Journal of tropical medicine and hygiene
- 1 August 1993
Infections are the leading cause of childhood morbidity and mortality in developing countries. Bronchopneumonia, meningitis and gastroenteritis are the commonest fatal infections encountered in… Expand
Congenital malformations: a review of 672 autopsies in Ibadan, Nigeria.
- E. Akang, K. Osinusi, H. Pindiga, J. U. Okpala, P. Aghadiuno
- Pediatric pathology
- 1 September 1993
The postmortem findings in 672 Nigerian children with lethal congenital malformations are reviewed. Eighty-six percent of the patients were less than 1 year of age and the male-to-female sex ratio… Expand
Changing clinicopathological profile of intussusception in Nigeria--a 20-year review.
BACKGROUND/AIMS Intussuception was a common cause of intestinal obstruction at the University College Hospital, Ibadan. A peculiar type characterized by being ceco-colic, and found most commonly in… Expand
The clinicopathological pattern of carcinoma of bronchus and lung in Africa: a 20-year clinical, histopathological, and autopsy study in Ibadan, Nigeria.
The clinicopathological pattern of carcinoma of the bronchus at the University College Hospital, Ibadan over a 20-year period, 1971-1990, was studied. An increased incidence of this disease was… Expand
The changing pattern of childhood infective endocarditis in Ibadan : a report of neonatal candidal endocarditis and a review of 33 years of autopsy records
Review Article: Dyslipidaemia, Lipid Oxidation, And Free Radicals In Diabetic Nephropathy: An Overview
Diabetes mellitus has assumed an epidemics proportion in most parts of the world including the developing countries, and one of its ominous complications, diabetic nephropathy represents today the… Expand
Primary Orofacial Squamous Cell Carcinoma: A Multicenter
RESULTS: The patients' (85 males (57%) and 64 (43%) females.) whose ages ranged from 11-91years (mean ± SD; 54 ± 15.5 years, median 52.5 years) constituted 78.7% of all orofacial malignancies seen… Expand